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Closing old car park as of 9 November

01 November 2018
Closing of old car park P1, new P1 in use
Closing of old car park P1, new P1 in use

The old car park (old P1) closes as of Friday 9 November and will be removed as off Monday 12 November. Staff members can then use the new P1. For this you need to have access rights, and your UG card to enter the parking.

Please note: register your visitors for use of P1

Visitors who want to use P1 must be registered online in advance. This can be done through the secretariat of your department.

Planned work

The removal of the old parking space is a necessary step in preparing the total construction site for the new Feringa Building. Besides this site preparation work, the eastern part of the Nijenborgh asphalt road will also be taken out and cables and pipes will have to be (re)moved. The demolition of building 5121 (the old workshop) is also part of the project and is progressing well.

Questions?

If you have any questions about the construction work in relation to your teaching or research, please contact Klaas Stoelwinder, the Faculty building work project manager.

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